Welcome to Atomic Lizard Ranch!

Bearded Dragons for SaleHere at Atomic Lizard Ranch, we’ve been making a life out of caring for and raising bearded dragons since 1991. Over the years, we’ve only become more enamored with these wonderful creatures. We even went so far as to originate two unique morphs, the Red Gala Phase in the year 2011 and in 1998 the Citrus phase. From the beginning of our work with Bearded Dragons, we’ve become sustainably minded and are largely a self-sufficient operation. The topography of our Arizona home and of course our facility is quite like the bearded dragon’s natural habitat, making it an ideal place to raise dragons. Years of caring for them have given us the knowledge we need to make them as comfortable and healthy as possible and to also pass along our knowledge to people who want an intelligent and bonding pet. We always make sure that the people who have purchased our Bearded Dragons have all the necessary information for safe housing along with care.

When it comes to the bearded dragons we have for sale; health and comfort are our paramount concerns. That’s why our bearded dragons not only look great, but are happy, energetic, and well-tempered creatures. The question you have to ask yourself is, are you a bearded dragon devotee or just someone on the fence about them? If you are interested in bearded dragons, come and find out why we are Arizona’s premiere bearded dragon breeders. One of, if not, the oldest professional Bearded Dragon Breeders in the United States.



i live in canada and was wondering if you know a good place i could buy a beardie. im looking for a 2-4 year old thats tame and good with kids.
Thanks a ton!

JL Ecos

Looking for an orange colored dragon. The one posted is beautiful. I had one and she was stolen from me. That will never happen again. I have had several dragons over the years and they are the best. The dogs stay away from them. It can be a male or female, no preference, have had both.


I bought a hypo melanistic bearded dragon from here 4 months ago and he is super healthy and active. He loves his greens and his bugs and has not had any problems. Recently took him for a check up. Highly recommend buying here!

Bella woodruff

Don’t go to a chain pet store, their animals are treated bad. They often are sick too. Go to a breeder or a LOCAL pet store

Ashley Walker

Omg you did a fantastic job oh my gosh I love him his colors are outstanding, thank you thank you thank you so very much 🙂 I love dunner number 11, I highly recommend you keep up the good work, anybody that is reading this, you won’t regret buying from atomic lizard ranch


Do you ever offer retired males? I’m only in the research stage in owning a dragon. I’m not an impulsive kind of person. Everything I’ve read, so far, recommends an adult for beginners. I like the idea that you would choose one that fits what I’d be hoping for.


Dear Collette,
Hi, I have wanted a bearded dragon for a long time now and I was wondering if you knew when you would possibly have more leather backs in stock, and if you possibly knew what phases they could be. I have surfed your website over a thousand times and I hope to purchase a bearded dragon from you!????????????


They would be red, tangerine and orange possibly some hypo’s in about 6 weeks.


Thank you Colette for being so professional. We appreciate how kind you were when we changed our mind about purchasing a dragon. It was a delight to do business with you, and I would be happy to recommend you in the future. Thank you again for taking care of this customer.

Dylan wilson

I have 2 very healthy females and I was wondering if you guys or girls would breed a male with my lizards

Julia Meoak

I used to have bearded dragons and as they passed I didn’t replace them now that the kids have moved out and I just got rid of salt water fish I would love to back to bearded dragons I have indoor and outdoor tarreums


Oh how neet I am interested in another dragon I currently have 1 but would like to get a few more I’ve never had a better pet mine thinks its human lol.

Mardi Hadfield

Do you test your breeding stock for Adenovirus? I recently lost all my dragons except one to ADV. I have one positive but asymptomatic female left. I am not a breeder. All my dragons have been rescues. My first Dragon Puff was 10 years old when I adopted him from a rescue. He was blind, missing part of his tail and some of his toes,but I loved that dragon.He lived to be 16 years old. He was an orange flame I had my 2 females,a red and an orange.I rescued a beautiful citrus male. He was missing part of his tail and only had 1 toe on his left hind foot, but his color was magnificent. He is the one who brought in the Adenovirus. I did not know about the virus but I know now.I want to purchase a citrus male that is healthy. He will be kept in a different room than my positive female and precautions will be taken to prevent him from getting the virus. The positive female is being treated with bee pollen, coloidal silver,serrapeptase, and pro biotics,to hopefully keep her asymptomatic. please let me know if you have an adult or sub adult citrus male available, and if you test for ADV, I don’t want a baby. Thank you, Mardi


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